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bmauldinbmauldin Posts: 4,807 ✭✭✭✭✭ Graduate

“Do you know why the nose of the bull dog is sloped backwards? So it can keep on breathing without ever letting go.“

I hope we attack Auburn with that mindset.
GATA and not let up.

Go Dawgs!


  • HotDiggetyDawgHotDiggetyDawg Posts: 109 ✭✭✭ Junior
    edited November 2017

    I hope so too. Want to see some more of what I saw against Tech, which was three to four guys on someone by the time he was down, D staying disciplined and not riding purely on emotion, and generally working as a unit rather than guys looking to make a big play individually on every down when it wasn't there.

    On the offensive side, I feel like Fromm and Stidham started with a pretty equal slate and have a similar skill set, but Stidham didn't have the benefit of both NC and SM to help him out so he was forced to develop a bit faster in the air. Whatever happens Saturday, it will be interesting to see Fromm continue to develop in that area. Couple throws on Sat worried me, but then again he's still a true Freshman.

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